Pack and Cash slot REVIEW
Pack and Cash ReviewIronically, this Play’n Go slot about mail sorting assembly lines is far from being an ‘assembly line production’ itself. The mail processing plant theme is flawlessly executed, with a very busy dynamic backdrop that’s conveniently blurred out to keep the package symbols in focus at all times. Anyone who’s ever had a summer job at a postal plant, or similar, will surely feel a nostalgic tug at the heartstrings.
Pay close attention, and you can actually see the yellow suitcase wilds, and other symbols, being moved around by cranes in the background, and the 3 modifiers you get are all designed to keep your cascading wins going to increase the win multiplier. Everything comes to a head in the bonus round, where the non-resetting and unlimited win multiplier can do damage to the tune of 10,000x your stake.
Pack & Cash Slot - Reels Screen
Pack & Cash Slot Features
The yellow ‘W’ suitcase wild steps in for all regular pay symbols to help you form winning combos. It’s also the highest value symbol in the game by a decent margin, awarding 5x your stake for 5 on a payline. The highest paying heart package symbol pays 3x for the same, if you want to compare.
You slide in 20 symbols per spin, and all winning symbols are removed from the assembly line reel set. New and existing symbols slide in to fill the gaps, and this process repeats as long as you keep winning. The progressive win multiplier increases by +1 per cascading win, but it resets to 1x again after a base game round is over.
Between 3 and 8 Express Package Mystery Symbols can slide in on any base game or bonus round spin, and all instances of the mystery symbol turn into the same pay symbol. It can also turn into the wild symbol, but it cannot become the scatter.
A Special Delivery feature can trigger at random times after non-winning spins, and this awards 1 of 2 possible modifiers. The modifiers might play out up to 3 times per feature trigger, and they are guaranteed to create a winning combination:
Symbol Remover - removes randomly selected symbols from the reels.
Extra Wild - adds a wild to a random position on the first 3 reels.
The Bonus Round is triggered when you land 3+ global express logo scatters. The number of free spins equals the number of nudges each scatter has to perform to move off the grid from left to right. This can lead to anything from 3 to 20 free spins, and the current win multiplier is carried over from the base game.
The biggest difference in the bonus round is that the multiplier does not reset, and it thus keeps growing indefinitely with +1 being added per win/cascade. You can also expect more frequent Express Package Mystery Symbols, and you can retrigger the feature with up to 75 free spins in total.
The 200 Spins Pack & Cash Slot Experience
The 2 and a half minute highlights video starts smack in the middle of the action, and more precisely when we trigger the bonus round with 3 scatters. The respective scatter positions awarded 12 free spins, and we managed to rack up a 13x multiplier towards the end. How much we got away with however, you’ll have to see for yourself by hitting the play button below.
Pack & Cash clearly demonstrates that a unique and “well-packaged” (pun intended) theme can be solid compensation for the use of familiar features. Play’n Go has made a visually pleasing and clever game for sure, and the dynamic, blurred-out backdrop is filled with busy cranes and trucks going about their logistical business. It harmonizes well with the smooth-running assembly line reel set, where cranes can remove symbols at random times.
The modifiers are, as mentioned, far from innovative, but they certainly get the job done, and they are presented in somewhat unusual ways. When the progressive multiplier doesn't reset in the bonus round, payouts up to 10,000x your stake become more likely (1 in 100m spins is not all that bad, all things considered). Overall, Pack & Cash is a highly enjoyable release, and the only real drawback we can find is that you have to beware of customizable RTP ranges.
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Pack and Cash Slot FAQsWhat is the RTP of Pack & Cash?
The highest default payout percentage of 96.2 % is a tad above average. However, operators can adjust that down to 94.2 %, or even further without a MGA licence. Learn more about adjustable RTP ranges via this link.
How volatile is Pack & Cash?
The volatility is high in this game, but not overly brutal. It scores 7 out of 10 on Play’n Go’s own volatility scale.
What is the biggest win possible?
You can win up to 10,000x your stake at the most, and this was achieved 1 time in 100 million spins during testing.
What are the modifiers in this game?
You get express package mystery symbols, as well as random wilds and/or symbol removals that trigger on non-winning spins.
Is there a free spins mode in Pack & Cash?
Yes, it comes with up to 20 free spins, and more frequent mystery symbols. The carried over progressive multiplier does not reset in the bonus round, and up to 75 extra spins can be won in total.
Can I play Pack & Cash slot for free?
Yes, you can check out the free Pack & Cash demo game at the very top of this page (UK players must verify age first). Up there, you’ll also find plenty of casinos that carry this title, something our scan has confirmed.